Unfortunately, there is no “un-denting” your gutters. We can’t pop out a hail dent on a run of the gutter system like you could a car door. This means that if your gutters have been damaged by hail, they will need to be replaced.
Time To Replace Your Gutters?
Follow These Steps Below!
1. Inspect your home
After a storm hits, walk around your home and try to identify any visible signs of hail damage. Walk below your gutters to inspect for dents, check for any pieces that are hanging off or appear loose, and look near your downspouts for granules from roof shingles. Whether you are sure or not that any of these signs are evident, the next step is to contact Midwest Construction and Remodeling for a FREE consultation.
2. Contact the Contractor
It is VERY important that you get people who specialize in whatever industry that you need repaired, rather than a general contractor, or a do-it-all handyman company. Sometimes, roofers will offer to complete the gutter work, but this often results in lower quality gutter materials and poor installation, simply because their specialty is roofing, NOT gutters. At Midwest Construction and Remodeling, we hire guys who specialize in gutters. Let us contact your insurance company and make sure the process is dealt with, with integrity and professionalism.
3. Replace the gutters
The next step is the fun part! The professionals will arrive onsite whenever it is permitted by you, the homeowner, and begin tear down and installation.
If you are trying to match an existing color for a repair, and that color is no longer available, your insurance company may be obligated to replace the entire system, even if there are some parts and pieces that have no damage. If your original system was one, matching color, it may be entitled to be made whole by being compensated for a new system, also of one, matching color.